Ute will be performing a special program at the Met Museum in New York City at 7pm.
“This German artist brings a depth of intelligence, a sense of history, a political and social awareness, a knowing irony to her material few can match. She is the benchmark for singers.” —West Australian Review
When Ute Lemper takes the stage, we are instantly transported to the fleeting moment of wild experimentation born of the short-lived progressive culture that bloomed in pre-war Germany. Songs by Weill, Brecht, Hollander, Spoliansky, and others will receive the passionate and acerbic interpretation that is Ms. Lemper’s signature style.
Tickets include same-day Museum admission.
Enjoy a pre-performance drink in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium. Wine, prosecco, and water are available for purchase. Doors open approximately one hour prior to the event.